Associates, Fellows, and VAPs: Getting Time to Do the Scholarly Work with Associate in Law Luke Norris
Many graduates want time to prepare a good draft before they enter the job market. One way to accomplish this is to spend two years as a writing instructor in one of the several “associateship” programs at a major law school. This panel will discuss the benefits of becoming an associate, differences among programs, how to apply for a position, what else the fellowship provides besides time, and other thoughts about how to prepare for the market and when is a good time in your career to do this.
RSVPs welcome but not required.